What you need to know about accountability in the workplace

Some two decades ago, accountability was only a fancy word for a manager’s prerogative to offer constructive feedback (often used as a euphemism for criticism) […]

Successful Teams Have Leaders Who Do These 4 Things

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out some groups of people perform better than others. Not only do high-performing teams produce better business […]

7 Skills You Should Develop to Be an Effective Leader

Skill development is a never-ending process. Not only do the great ones in any field recognize this, but they have a borderline obsession to develop […]

Why Being Humble Makes You a Better Leader

There is something remarkable about humble leaders. It could be the way they make you feel when they communicate; it could be the fact that […]

Accountability in learning

What if you were the key internal resource person with learning expertise? What if you advocated, recommended, and prescribed low-volume, high-cost face-to-face training? What if […]

3 Proven Rules to Increase Accountability as a Leader

Accountability as a leadership skill is among the most difficult to be highly effective when you solely rely on instincts. Most leaders struggle with accountability […]

How to Make Sure You Don’t Become a Bad Leader

Nobody starts out wanting to be a bad leader. Yet ego-driven, power-hungry, micromanaging, absent-minded managers and executives are prevalent in organizations. But don’t just take […]

What needs to go on your school website?

Goodness knows, school leaders have had it tough for the last 10 months. As is regularly lamented and discussed on social media, the late and […]

How to Lead a High Performing Team

Traditionally, people were promoted into leadership positions because they were viewed as a top individual contributor, a type-A extrovert, and/or a supremely confident professional. This […]

How to Leverage Accountability Before Firing an Employee

The tough decision to let go of an employee is especially scary right now with so much uncertainty in the business world, but truth be […]

FLVS Collaborates with Research Partners

Blended and online learning are still relatively new modes of Kindergarten-12th grade learning. As they continue to grow, learning more about what makes them effective […]

Learning in Quarantine – Part Two

With School Closed… Part Two This post was originally posted on the 15/03/2020 on the Independent Thinking blog here. Following on from the previous blog I […]

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